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Battle Choral Society presents Mozart concert

The word requiem, translated as ‘rest in peace’, conjures a welcome rest after the travails of life and the pain of illness before death – but to an 18th century Catholic fundamentalist, it invokes deliverance from eternal damnation! On 29 November Battle Choral Society  delivers the anguished music of Mozart as he faced up to his own mortality, writes Chris Cormack.

Posted 10:43 Saturday, Nov 22, 2014 In: Music & Sound Tags: battle choral society elise liversedge Last Station Last Station Choral Singers located and dislocated Mary Hooper mozart Nick Weekes requiem Sammy Hurden Trevor Watts Vocal Foghorning

Think global – play local!

Not so many people know that Hastings is home to one of the UK’s top jazz improvisers

Posted 18:51 Tuesday, Oct 15, 2013 In: Music & Sound Tags: Adama Drame Cyro Batista elise liversedge free imporvisation harwich arts festival Jazz kay syriad Last station located and dislocated Mary Hooper one to one reg hendrickse Respond Academy Trevor Watts Veryan Weston
Last Station

‘LAST STATION located & dislocated’

is the latest in a long run of successful projects by ONE TWO ONE, managed by local artist Mary Hooper and architect Elise Liversedge. HOT’s Xaverine Bates explains more about the project and its history.

Posted 20:50 Sunday, Apr 21, 2013 In: Arts News Tags: architecture Art elise liversedge light vessels LVs Mary Hooper ONE TWO ONE

 Last Tango in Hastings: Part Two

After a triumphant evening earlier this month in the museum, which buzzed with unique music and tantalised with  costumes and sensuous dance,  yet another colourful tango event is due to delight our imaginations at the weekend – this time in the Old Town, writes HOT’s Chris Cormack, a chance to watch and ‘explore the tango embrace’.

Posted 12:39 Wednesday, Feb 27, 2013 In: Performance Tags: elise liversedge paras sighy paul vossen Polo Piatti tango tango atelier three hat tango venuu
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